What about Spatial interaction and spatial gestures?

On smartphones we use pinch, swipe spread and more. These are screen gestures.

If we define spatial as space and gestures as movements in this space, then spatial gestures are movements that you can use to interact with objects in the spatial environment.

For example, you can pop a 3D object, such as a digitally generated balloon, with a fingertip and push it off with an open hand.

That means, you can grab objects, push them up and down, enlarge and reduce them by moving two hands apart and more.

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